Colleagues mark 5 years of Income Tracker with Andy Clarke
This week we marked five years of the Asda Income Tracker with a VIP press event in London to launch a special one-off report.
CEO Andy Clarke took part in a panel debate with journalist and broadcaster Nick Robinson, Executive Chairman and Founder of CEBR Doug McWilliams, CEO of The Resolution Foundation Gavin Kelly, Esther McVey MP, Minister at the Department of Work and Pensions, and Clippy McKenna, a mum, entrepreneur and founder of the Clippy’s brand of chutneys and relishes.
Also at the event were Community Life Champions Barbara Logan (Antrim store), Mary Robertson (Dundee store), Leanne Milburn (Clayton Green) and Christine Baldwin (Bolton store).
Christine says: “I feel very privileged to have been invited to this event. It was a brilliant opportunity to learn more about the Income Tracker – a true barometer of the economy.”
Our monthly Income Tracker measures how much families have left to spend each week after paying for essentials such as electricity and fuel, food and housing costs. Based on this research we predict that by 2018 the average UK household will be £1,300 worse off than they were at the peak of spending power in 2009.